When we asked Americans whether they would move to continental Europe if finance jobs moved out of London, almost half of respondents said yes.
It's summer. Except in equity research hiring.
Morning Coffee: This encapsulates the problem for aspiring young bankers today. Unlikely bank hiring 60 people on Wall Street
A comment from a professor at NYU Stern underlines the dilemma facing anyone starting a finance career in 2016.
Royal Bank of Scotland has some big plans to expand its office in Birmingham.
Trump's tough talk on immigration has moved beyond the Muslim-Mexican paradigm. He wants to come down on French and German people coming into the U.S. too.
A member of the UK's new financial services negotiating forum has produced this pessimistic timeline on the future.
Morning Coffee: Barclays layoffs dwindle from 85 to 30 a day. Former Goldman Sachs M&A head hires wife
Of all the investment banks, Barclays' was supposed to do worst after Brexit, but layoffs there are happening at a diminishing rate.
Andrew Gwynn, an equity research analyst at Exane, has achieved the perfect career arc.
So much for 'juniorization.' At Barclays' European M&A business, the opposite seems to be happening.
It's a good time to be a data scientist on Wall Street, as big data analysis transforms the industry and reinvents practically every facet of banking.
In theory, UBS has finished making redundancies. In reality, recruiters in London say UBS is quietly letting people go from its M&A business.